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The moves in Poland and Estonia are part of a broader effort to strengthen NATO’s air, sea and land presence in the region in response to Russia’s military actions in and near Ukraine.
After an early exit from last year’s playoffs, the Nets retooled this season, bringing in players like Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in hopes of making a title run.
The murder trial of the double-amputee sprinter has highlighted the wide gap between celebrity justice and the treatment meted out to ordinary South Africans.
Bryant University in Rhode Island has told its graduating seniors not to take pictures of themselves with their cellphones when they come onstage for their diplomas next month.
A friendship between two ministers is being hailed as one of the most unexpected and intriguing developments in a bitter feud that has split the Episcopal Church in the decade since the denomination elected an openly gay bishop.
The ownership ties between a Utah bank and a Ghanaian company raise questions about the role of sanctions.
Policy experts wonder whether the government and private businesses can control spending as the economy gets stronger and millions more Americans gain coverage.
The N.B.A. playoffs begin Saturday, with familiar teams occupying some of the top seeds. In a league that often seems obsessed with the future, the focus will decidedly be on the present.
Officials at Forest Hills Gardens, a private neighborhood, are citing century-old regulations to make a resident get rid of her chickens.
Judge Steven W. Rhodes, who is overseeing this city’s bankruptcy case, is looking for someone who can analyze Detroit’s final bankruptcy plan.
A U.S.-backed deal to settle the crisis in eastern Ukraine fell flat but appeared to arrest, at least temporarily, the momentum of separatist unrest in the region.
The department has placed further limits on how officers should respond to fires after issuing guidelines just a week ago.
The bug that rattled the Internet last week exposed the paradox that some of the web’s most crucial coding depends on the efforts of volunteers.
The announcement by sheriffs in nine Oregon counties adds to growing resistance nationwide to the Obama administration’s use of local immigration enforcement.
An avalanche that left at least 12 dead has focused attention on the Sherpas, skilled high-altitude climbers who put themselves at great risk for the foreign teams that pay them.
The State Department will wait to decide whether to allow construction of the pipeline until it has a clearer idea how legal challenges to the route through Nebraska will be settled, sources said.
California’s drought has left rivers too shallow for salmon, so the government is trucking and barging them to the sea in the hope they will return.
As they tackle numerous financial issues, some baby boomers considering retirement are hiring life counselors to help them plot their futures.
The Mets traded first baseman Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates, jettisoning a homegrown prospect they once viewed as a potential cornerstone.
A powerful earthquake shook Mexico on Friday, damaging more than 100 homes in the southwestern state of Guerrero and opening cracks in some buildings but there were no reports of deaths.